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“Redefining Today’s Learning Environments With Video Collaboration”
Date Recorded: Wednesday, May 25, 2016

With the advent of mobile technologies, students now have the opportunity to engage in anytime, anywhere learning. To meet their growing mobility expectations, K─12 school districts, higher education institutions, and libraries must rethink and redefine their learning environments. Join our webinar to discover how one public school district in Indiana and one college in Tennessee are leveraging video collaboration technology to cost-effectively provide their students with flexible, enhanced, and personalized learning opportunities. Dr. Blair Henley, vice president and CTO at Tennessee’s Tusculum College, will share how his college is using video to unify the college’s regional campuses, improve communications among its faculty, and enable its students to participate in the college’s diverse, interactive, and robust distance learning program. Jason Seaver, district technology coach at MSD of Decatur Township in Indianapolis, will discuss how Decatur is using video conferencing to personalize learning, enhance its college and career readiness initiatives, and provide its teachers with more professional development opportunities.

Presenters:

  1. Dr. Blair Henley, Vice President and CTO at Tusculum College (TN)
  2. Jason Seaver, District Technology Coach at MSD of Decatur Township (IN)

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“A 235-Site Success Story: Legacy to VoIP in Under 18 Months”
Date Recorded Wednesday, April 20, 2016

Maryland’s Prince George’s County Public Schools is one of the nation’s largest school districts, serving over 127,000 students. Frustrated with the daily challenges and growing expenses associated with its antiquated legacy phone system, the district decided to integrate a district-wide, hosted, and fully featured VoIP telephony system. Join Prince George’s Supervisor of Telephone Services and Data Wiring Robin Evans as she discusses how she and her team successfully leveraged Prince George’s resources and vendor relationships to successfully deploy 15,000 phones at 235 sites in less than 18 months. She will share her experiences, documentation, and processes to complete these projects within budget and on time. Audience members will discover how VoIP technology has streamlined and transformed Prince George’s communication platform, drastically reduced and simplified the district’s billing, and enhanced campus security.

Presenters:

  1. Robin Evans, PGCPS Supervisor of Telephone Services and Data Wiring
  2. Amanda Yoders, ENA Senior Product Manager

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“The Myths and Realities of Wi-Fi in Schools and Libraries”
Date Recorded: Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Today’s 21st century classrooms and libraries require strong connections, seamless connectivity, and secure Wi-Fi access. Simply adding more APs isn’t the answer. Join ENA Mobility Architect Andrew Von Nagy as he explores Wi-Fi myths and realities. From assessment and design to implementation and activation, Andrew will outline the steps you need to consider when evaluating your current Wi-Fi service or deploying a new Wi-Fi solution.

Presenters:

  1. Andrew von Nagy, ENA Mobility Architect
  2. Monica Cougan, ENA Senior Product Marketing Professional

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“Education Network Security in a Hyperconnected World”
Date Recorded: Tuesday, February 23, 2016

With increasing threats to network security as well as a rapidly escalating number of ways to breach current defenses, it is imperative that school districts implement stringent security practices to protect their students, staff members, and networks from virtual intruders. Education Networks of America in collaboration with eLearn Institute and TechEdvantage developed a white paper and companion checklist that provide insight into potential network security threats impacting today’s school districts. During this webinar, our presenters will share key considerations and best practices every school district can implement to improve their network security and incident response plan.

Presenters:

  1. James Aldridge, Principal of TechEdvantage
  2. Dr. Tom Ryan, Chief Executive Officer of the eLearn Institute
  3. Cory Ayers, Director of Architecture at ENA
  4. Jay Power, Director of Solutions Engineering at ENA

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“Leveraging Library and K–12 Partnerships to Support Today’s Mobile Learners”
Date Recorded: Thursday, January 21, 2016
Presenters: Scott Weltz, Technology Integrator at Greencastle Community School Corporation (IN)
Grier Carson, Library Director at Putnam County Public Library (IN)

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“E-rate Webinar Series: What’s New for 2016?”
Presenter: Rex Miller, ENA CFO
Dates Recorded:

  1. Feburary 11, 2016
  2. January 27, 2016
  3. January 14, 2016
  4. December 8, 2015
  5. December 3, 2015

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“In the Lab With ENA—Diving Into Packets to Enhance Your Cyber Security”
Date Recorded: Tuesday, July 28, 2015
Presenter: David Mabry, Manager of Systems Engineering, & Jay Power, Director of Solutions Engineering

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In our previous network security webinar, we discussed the proactive steps ENA takes to protect our customers’ networks against harmful and detrimental DDoS attacks. Join us as we further explore this pressing subject and provide the live training you requested. ENA Manager of Systems Engineering David Mabry along with ENA Director of Solutions Engineering Jay Power will take participants “into the lab” and conduct live simulations of attack methods while utilizing Wireshark to dive into the data. IT leaders and staff will come away from this webinar with a greater understanding of how they can safeguard their networks against malicious traffic.